University of Minnesota graduate student Adrian Wackett digs a soil core at Hidden Lake Campground to study the effects of a newly established infestation of night crawlers. (Photo by Kenai National Wildlife Refuge)

University of Minnesota graduate student Adrian Wackett digs a soil core at Hidden Lake Campground to study the effects of a newly established infestation of night crawlers. (Photo by Kenai National Wildlife Refuge)

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